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Abs error codes 16

Abs light flashs 16 times

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I'm sure the code indicates that your ABS sensor went out. It's located in the front wheel hub assembly, and to change it, you need to replace the entire front bearing/hub assembly. They are about $150 per. But it the truck is handling ok and you can deal with the light, it's not a big deal since it's just a sensor....

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SOURCE: Abs light flashes 16 times on my 1995 f-150

Clean the brake dust off the sensors at each wheel.

Posted on Oct 03, 2011

SOURCE: what is rear abs code 16 for a 93 ford aerostar

Do this in your diagnostic harness find the Black wire with the Orange stripe use the jumper to to attach it to a good (GROUND) on the chassis and see if the ABS light comes on We are going to test the complete system.
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